I can just feel it now, my job prospects dwindling in the next 10 years. Well gotta start working on plan B.
How can anyone still be surprised?
Because they are one of the lucky 10000...
But with the Pebble any question of aesthetic elegance goes right out the window. It's an ugly hunk of plastic. It will not impress anyone.
Just saw the Pebble Steal, sorry, Steel online. Honestly doesn't look so bad...
Yes! Lets make a giant 1000ft tall bird shredder! We might get some food out of it too >:)
Convert request password variable to hash
Check password hash agains't DB
If success, check request password variable against current standard password strength rules.
If fails, expire the password and force password reset prior to login.
No need to store the password, just have to expire it on the next login if there is trouble.
Pure O2 is toxic. Just saying...
As for taking back IPv4 addresses, that has to be the most ludicrous thing I have heard.
Personally, I think it is a great idea. Leave ISPs enough that all their static IP customers can have an IP address, but otherwise take away all dynamic IPv4 addresses. Leave IPv4 addresses for the server/commercial community for now, and make sure IPv6->IPv4 tunnelling is available. Once all the customers are on IPv6, then it makes economic sense for commercial users to switch/go dual stack.
Trying to get companies to shell out money for a service their customers can't even connect to is just going to make this even slower and more painful.
I think forcing somebody's hand is the only way to really get the ball moving at a reasonable rate.
I would love this... Now if only it didn't require rooting the device.
How to rob a bank
"The car stereo I wanted 10 years ago"
"The car stereo I want today":
The one at the bottom is the one I wanted 10 years ago, and remains the one I want today. Why is that so hard!?!
As always, people are the problem.
I think a true strong AI, and what would cause me the most fear would be manipulations, knowledge or social engineering attacks. Not the attack of your toaster.
That explains a lot of code I've read over the years.....